Soccer season reflects team bond

Soccer season reflects team bond

Riley Neil, Features editor

May 10, 2017

On March 11th, junior Kailey Fender takes off down the soccer field to stop a Russelville player from scoring. She pushes through exhaustion of having to play three different games throughout the weekend tournament in Little Rock. Pushing through pays off, as Har-Ber ended up winning the tournament. T...

Admin requires students to wear lanyards

May 10, 2017

Nice clothes, gown, cap, and lanyard. The upcoming graduation for the senior class of 2017 will feature a new addition: each student will walk up to the stage wearing their ID, hidden under their navy blue gown. It was a decision made by the administration with the purpose of keeping the students safe. ...

Student media excels at state contest

Student media excels at state contest

Stefania Pasetto, Reporter

May 10, 2017

Once again Har-Ber newspaper, television and yearbook participated at the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association state competition. On Thursday, April 20, the three groups headed to Hot Springs to receive awards for their work throughout the year. The convention was split between two days. The first day...

Television classes win big in California

Television classes win big in California

Stefania Pasetto, Reporter

May 10, 2017

It has been a long Spring Break for the members of the television productions class. On March 27, the group flew to Anaheim, California, for the 14th annual Student Television Network (STN) convention. The home of the Disneyland resort hosted one of the most important events for television. Har-Ber was a...

English teacher chosen teacher of the year

English teacher chosen teacher of the year

Holland Primm, Editor

May 10, 2017

After the tallying of students’ and teachers’ votes, the winner of Teacher of the Year was clear. The intercom crackled, drawing the attention of each student and teacher in the building, and when Katy Moore heard her name announced as the recipient of the honor, her heart soared. “Holy macaroni, it...

Student entrepreneurs get to learn the basics of starting a buisness

Will Crotts, Reporter

February 22, 2017

As an aspiring entrepreneur, Senior Josh Hong wishes he would have had the opportunity to take an entrepreneur class. He may not have had an opportunity, but his underclassmen who want to take the business path in school will have a chance. Coming next year, Business and Graphics Design teacher Laurie Je...

Debate team prepares for districs

Stefania Pasetto, Reporter

February 17, 2017

During the weekend of January 27 and 28 in Cabot, Arkansas, the debate team will have a competition to practice for the districts. The students have worked hard to prepare for the upcoming tournament. “We have been doing a lot of in-class work and the kids spend a lot of time outside of school wo...

Midwest Clinic offers an oppurtunity to learn from the best

Will Crotts, Reporter

February 17, 2017

Senior Brett Davies practices nearly every day with his peers in the wind ensemble band. Soon, their skills will be put to the test when they try out for the Midwest Clinic. The Midwest Clinic offers band students the opportunity to receive specific and detailed information for everything band. In one sec...

Attendance incentives catches attention

Malorie Wiederkehr, Section editor

February 16, 2017

Sophomore Hope Hanson has just woken up for the school day ahead, but her schedule is hindered when she learns she has an increasing fever and feels extremely nauseous. However, health does not seem to be her biggest concern. What fills that spot is not being able to attend school, keeping her from her ed...

Students attend the inauguration of President Trump

Students attend the inauguration of President Trump

Riley Neil, Features editor

January 20, 2017

Every political news story, vote counted, and red hat that reads “Make America Great Again” made in the last year has lead to Friday January 20th, 2017, the day that Donald J. Trump will become the President of the free world. The Inauguration has sparked attention from the media of being one of ...

Wootens helping hand reaches out to students in need

Will Crotts, Reporter

December 8, 2016

After raiding his family's pantry and scrounging up a few dollars, sophomore Adrian Gonzalez heads to school with a bag of cans. Those cans will end up in Wooten’s Food Drive that helps local kids eat during the holiday season. Gonzalez can hand it the cans during class knowing he has done something t...

Band places second in new competition

Nathan Plowman, Copy Editor

December 8, 2016

Before school was even in session, the Wildcat band was already marching across the hot summer asphalt, preparing their show for the season. Senior and drum major Marlene Rojas-Castillo stood on the podium, conducting over 200 band members below her. What followed seemed almost dreamlike: Rojas-Castill...

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